Barinder Singh Basan
Professional with over 20 yrs of experience managing business. A strategist, A thinker and an innovator. Experience in cross sectional functions in various industries like Chemicals, Apparels, Retails,Hospitality, Construction, Manufacturing, Services. Proven experience in Business Development, P&L,Finance, Risk Management, Strategic planning and organizational transformation. 20+ years record of success managing corporate finance & business operations for growing manufacturing companies with multistate and international operations. Made break-through improvements in business processes utilizing lean methodologies and Six Sigma principles. Currently designated as Chief Executive Officer of Texport Syndicate India Limited
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The biggest challenge I face managing a business which is labor intensive is to understand the circumstances under which or the which have forced a person to react the way he/she is reacting. And one thing is sure that at … Continue reading
It can be safe to say that traditional roles of finance function are now taken for granted. The rules of the game have changed for CFOs, reflecting a more uncertain, dynamic and global economic environment in which their businesses operate. This is made more complex by extraordinary rate of technological change. This future environment presents enormous challenges for CFOs, but it also provides a great opportunity for ambitious finance professionals seeking a rewarding and enriching career. Aspiring CFOs with commercial exposure, who have developed their non-financial expertise and can be savvy in the boardroom are the ones to watch. Continue reading
From the traditional goal and objective of business of maximizing profits, Managers are now talking about creating values. It can be safely said that the neo age managers look upon maximizing prosperity rather than maximizing profits. Prosperity is a greater challenge than profit as … Continue reading
January 1948. Mohammad Ali Jinnah had decided to be adventurous and had pushed mujaheedeens in Kashmir Valley. India had just gained independence and was under charm of Lord Mountbatten and Mahatma Gandhi. Though it is ironical in many ways but … Continue reading